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Pork is already super expensive. This new animal-welfare law could push prices higher
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Pork is already super expensive. This new animal-welfare law could push prices higher

Pork, much like everything else these days, has gotten more expensive due in part to the supply chain issues and inflationary pressures spurred by the pandemic. And now comes another wildcard: The pork industry’s ability — and desire — to adapt to a new animal welfare law in California, its largest US market. The voter-approved…MORE

At least one dead, several injured in on-campus shooting at Grambling State University

At least one dead, several injured in on-campus shooting at Grambling State University

At least one person has died and multiple others were injured in an on-campus shooting early Sunday morning during a homecoming event at Grambling State University in Louisiana. Multiple shots were fired around 1:15 a.m. (2:15 a.m. ET) in the quad area of the university’s campus, according to Tisha Arnold, a spokesperson for the university.…MORE

Former President Bill Clinton released from hospital
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Former President Bill Clinton released from hospital

Former President Bill Clinton has been released from a California hospital after being treated for an infection that spread to his bloodstream. Clinton walked out arm-in-arm with his wife and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton before greeting hospital staff and giving a thumbs-up when asked how he was feeling. University of California Irvine Health…MORE

Kinzinger doesn’t rule out January 6 committee subpoena for Trump
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Kinzinger doesn’t rule out January 6 committee subpoena for Trump

A Republican on the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol on Sunday did not rule out issuing a subpoena for former President Donald Trump as it seeks to obtain information from his allies. “I don’t know. I think if I had that answer now, I’d probably go in, you know,…MORE

Buttigieg says US supply chain issues will ‘certainly’ continue into 2022
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Buttigieg says US supply chain issues will ‘certainly’ continue into 2022

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg predicted on Sunday that supply chain issues facing the US will continue into 2022, but stressed that Congress potentially passing President Joe Biden’s infrastructure proposal is the best way to help alleviate those problems. “Certainly a lot of the challenges that we’ve been experiencing this year will continue into next year.…MORE

New trailer for ‘The Batman’ shows a gritty Gotham featuring several familiar foes

New trailer for ‘The Batman’ shows a gritty Gotham featuring several familiar foes

The new trailer for “The Batman,” the latest reboot of the iconic movie franchise, features a recognizably dark and gritty Gotham and previews the return of several of the superhero’s most infamous enemies. Warner Bros. and DC Comics debuted the trailer Saturday at the DC FanDome event, where the comics giant also released new trailers…MORE

‘Succession’ star Brian Cox: ‘You can’t underestimate Logan in any shape or form’

‘Succession’ star Brian Cox: ‘You can’t underestimate Logan in any shape or form’

We’re toward the end of our interview time when actor Brian Cox, in describing his character’s few but strong loyalties on HBO’s “Succession,” raises his voice to the level most people only hear through the television. He says those relationships — such as the one with legal counsel Gerri Kellman (J. Smith-Cameron) — show that…MORE

The secret Supreme Court: Late nights, courtesy votes and the unwritten 6-vote rule
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The secret Supreme Court: Late nights, courtesy votes and the unwritten 6-vote rule

Much of the US Supreme Court’s business occurs in private, as the nine justices meet alone around a rectangular table in a small oak-paneled room. The results of some of those internal deliberations become public when rulings in cases, fully briefed and openly argued, are handed down. But other decisions made in private are surrounded…MORE

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